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you for being with us. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> greta: this is a fox news alert. arizona governor jan brewer signs a controversial, illegal immigration bill. protests explode and mexican violence continues. the new law signed by governor brewer makes it arizona state crime to be in the country illegally. requires police to question anyone police suspect is illegal immigrant. governor brewer says the bill works to solve a crisis. >> i decided to sign bill 1070 in law because though many people disi agree i believe it represent what is is best for arizona. we can't sacrifice the safety to murderous greed of drug cartels and we can't stand by as the kidnappings and violence compromise the quality of life. >> greta: today, protesters criticized the law. before it was signed president obama called the bill misguided. and many mexico, deadly violence continues. hours ago, juarez, mexico, gunman ambushed police vehicles killing six police officers and a 17-year-old girl. now sarah palin joins us from eugene, oregon. good evening, governor. >> hey, greta. how are you? >>
for being with us. greta is next. we'll see you tomorrow night. >> greta: he's talking to you. nebraska senator ben nelson in his first tv interview since controversy exploded about the special health care deal he landed for his state of nebraska. who came up with the idea that 100 million dollars would go to nebraska your idea? >> i think it was the idea -- someone's idea to put it in. >> greta: someone? >> this was 1% of the discussion that i had. >> greta: much more is minutes away first breaking news out of georgia in the health care war. georgia's state attorney general a democrat has refused to file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the law. a short time ago governor purdue, a republican essentially told his state attorney general since you won't file, get out of my way. governor purdue has named a private attorney frank c jones to be his special attorney general representing georgia in a lawsuit against the federal government. that's not the only fight tonight in georgia. look who is saying no now. georgia insurance commissioner ox dine joins us live. good evening in
. and now, former governor sarah palin is here from eugene, oregon. >> governor, good evening. >> hey, greta. how are you? >> i'm very well. i understand you have been on the road. but you started your day in tennessee, in a courtroom. you testified today? >> i did. i testified in the trial, the incident that occurred on the v.p. campaign trail. >> under subpoena, the prosecutor called you up and said, we have to have you come down here, you are part of the prosecution of the case and we need to you testify? >> absolutely. my daughter bristol and i both were subpoenaed. we answered the subpoena, got on the stand, told the truth t. wasn't a real traumatic or dramatic thing to be up there, telling the truth and seeking justice. >> was it a bid awkward? people have no idea what to expect. you are called to the witness stand. did you feel nervous at all? >> you know, it's funny, i told todd beforehand, i never get nervous before a speech or anything. but this morning, i was a little bit nervous because there was that unknown out there, never having been on the witness stand, know knowing what to
it. greta is next. see you tomorrow night. thanks for being with us. >> greta: fox news alert. seven people are dead after an explosion at a west virginia coal mine. joining us jeff jenkins. what is the latest? >> reporter: kevin strickland with the federal mine safety health administration and the state office of homeland security director have just briefed reporters down at the mining scene. they say the rescue efforts are continuing for the 19 unaccounted ford miners. they have hope maybe these miners have gotten into an underground emergency rescue chamber. you may remember after the sego disaster four years ago several new regulations went in. one required mines to have these rescue chambers. we've talked to a minor who works at this mine. they have the inflatable-type of chambers. if they were able to reach that, they would have 96 hours of oxygen. that would be great news if they were able to reach that right now search efforts continue to get into where the miners are. >> greta: do i understand from what you are saying that no contact has been made we don't know if they are a
will be in cincinnati. go to hannity.com for details. >> greta: get ready. which are one hour and 59 minutes away from tax day on the dqst coast. tea parties are revved up coast-to-coast. a short time ago governor sarah palin took the first one a boston tea party by storm. >> i don't want those in congress who stood strong against obama care until the end. they understand that you improve health care, we need less government and more competition. they know that to get the economy back on the right track we need to cut spending and not stall the spending spree that we have been on. now, we need congress to hear us when we say please, those in theç positions of power and authority to cast votes, starve the beast, don't perpetuate the problem. don't fun the largesse being proposed. we need to cut taxes so our families can keep more of what we earn and produce. and our small businesses can reinvest according to our own priorities and hire more people and let the private sector grow and thrive and prosper! [ cheering ] >> that's how our economy comes roaring back to life. if washington really wanted to h
sean will be back here monday have a great weekend everyone! ♪ >> greta: tonight the health care bill is now a law. for some the fight continues. >> you work for us! >> health care! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> health care now! >> greta: the health care battle is moving from congress to a new battlefield the courts. moments after president obama signed the new bill into law, 14 attorneys general from across the country sued the federal government. you will meet some of those attorneys general tonight. first, a different health care bill was signed last month. not at the white house, but in virginia. virginia governor mcdonnell signed into law that bars the federal government forcing virginians to buy health insurance. he on the record about his state's battle against the federal government. you also have been the attorney general so you knee job pretty well. did you consult with the attorney general when he made his decision to file suit? >> i did. he advised me he had been doing the legal research over the last couple of months about this claim. and we both believed that in
and improved tiger woods. is it an all new and improved harry reid? he sat down with greta who flew out to his hometown of searchlight, nevada, talked about a whole bunch of stuff. harry made it very clear, wherever he goes, people tell him how much they love the new health care thing. they love it even though it gets a bad rap. >> because the allowed minority made a lot of noise, now that the legislation passed, it's amazing how much different people's attitude is. i mean, traveling on an airplane, people are so nice to me. >> would you like a coke, mr. reid? >> ok, that's an interesting way of phrasing it. i guess people only on airplanes like -- >> they could be the only time he interfaces with the public. i mean, he's got security around him all the time. >> that could be. he had some interesting comments with regard to that cornhusker kickback deal. you remember when ben nelson, the senator, only his state was going to get this wonderful kickback thing and a lot of people said that doesn't seem so fair. you know what ends up happening, everyone gets it. the only problem is we have to p
. >> thank you. thank you. >> and coming up... we're going to say hi to greta. >> greta: it is loud tlchl i'm sitting in your studio in new york city. it's nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. there is a great show tonight. carl rove is going to join us to go on the record z guess what? in michigan pafrt of the country is tea party in the story z chris rock gives david letterman a hard time. and more, back to you. >> sean: greta take good care of the studio. i'm going to be with carl rove in kansas city tomorrow. john richards is going to be there. go to my web site. coming up live from southern republican leadership conference rick perry will be here and will join us and one of the leading voices in the nation, indiana congressman is going to be here. live from hannity from new orleans straight ahead. i'm gonna take allison jenkins to the senior prom in this. one day, i'll park this in a spot reserved for me. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are they'll own it one day,
be collapsing. greta kreuz is live at headquarters to tell us why. >> it is because of how they planned to pay for it. we just got word the chief financial officer is hoping to get a letter to michelle rhee analyzing the funds in question. there appear to be very serious troubles. >> he says the proposed new teacher context will not -- contract will not fly. $21foundation's chipping in million have strings attached. students must make specific annual test score improvements. they have to come up with another $29 million after a deficit turned into a surplus and then back into a deficit in the course i never believed the money would be there. there have been so many lies about the funding. >> she is an english teacher. like many, she is tired of the emotional roller coaster. >> as a public servant, i do not want my paycheck to come from a private source. a private source can have influence. >> michelle rhee is not commenting. the mayor issued a statement that it was my understanding that there will honor the funding. >> we are not exactly sure what that means but we should get some answers tomo
and maryland. they come at all hours of denied but nobody is on the other end. greta kreuz is telling us what this is all about in the course a lot of calls in arlington but also, in mclean, bethesda and prince george's county. it is called spoffing. somebody steals the and uses it to harass complete strangers. [phone ringing] this last week, the phones have been digging at odd hours to in arlington. >> 2:00 a.m., 4:00 a.m., 6:00 a.m., all night. >> there were at first frightened and then anchored by a barrage of mysterious calls. >> it makes me mad that they're able to do it. it is not a telemarketer. nobody says anything. when you try to read dial -- redial, you cannot get through. they say an unknown entity fraudulently took the number, saying they are hijacking it. they say they have blocked the number from the network and is contacting providers in washington area and urging them to do likewise. the nuisance calls have led the nuisance calls have led blogs to blow up with angry posts. the largest local carrier told me that there are working hard to block this 307 number from its network
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think, greta. host: we'll move to the republican line. caller: michigan mitchell, i'm sorry. host: i'm sorry. caller: i think the wall street reform is unnecessary. unless we deal with the federal reserve, nothing is going to matter. we have the federal reserve, which artificially holds interest rates low. our rates are not set by the free market which causes the gross distortion and moral hazard. people make unwise decisions because of this. we can't deal with wall street reform. i hear a lot of people calling up about jobs and how president obama should be worrying about jobs. his job is to be commander and chief of the military. it is becoming so much so that he's having to be some what responsibly for all aspects of the economy, our personal lives. it's been going on for decades now. the main thing is the federal reserve. no one wants to talk about. nothing is going to change. >> that will have to be our last word on this. the debt commission will meet on tuesday next week, not monday as i incorrectly stated before. we are going to turn to the debt. the debate that's happening he
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, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave
is apologizing for giving a letter of commendation to one local group. greta kreuz is like to explain. >> he says it is a big mistake. the group is parents and friends of ex-gays and gays. everybody is mad at the mayor. this a did a good appreciation is prominently displayed. -- the certificate of appreciation is prominently displayed on their website. it was in recognition of outstanding contributions as the director of the group. >> it should not have happened. we apologize. >> he said a staff member made a mistake in sending the letter. the activists and says there is no such thing -- insist there is no such thing as an ex-gay. >> he needs to do more than apologize. he needs to condemn the organization. >> there is no evidence that people are going gay. this man is married and has a child after living 15 years as a gay. he is also angered by the purveyors actions -- he is also angered by the mayor's actions. >> we are just outraged by this. >> some are not saying anything about rescinding the commendation. >> i will not rule that out. >> i spoke by phone with one woman who was angry. the city
's coming up here. martha: there he is, rod blagojevich going on the record last night with greta van u.s. everyone -- vansustern, he says the prosecution in the trial is trying to cover up the truth. >> the tapes will show what the truth is. i have said play the tapes. why is it my accuser is trying to prevent the truth and full truth from being heard? i believe part of it is he's covering up the fact that he told this big lie that foreseably led to a chain of events that would remove a governor from office. martha: this is fascinating. he's basically saying patrick fitzgerald and prosecutors made all these tapes but now they only want to use certain parts of them. he says the other part will be what sets him free. we'll talk about that when flushr flur bill: welcome back, everyone. it will be one of the main stories throughout the morning, the debt commission set to begin meeting in washington. we'll see the president in a matter of minutes, a debt commission that will get together a bipartisan group, democrats, the slight majority on board that panel. they will talk about how you ge
making major news with greta on the record, joining the fight on repealing health care. here's how it happened. >> i will go on the record tonight with you, greta, with you to inform your viewers and the people of arizona that i will file tomorrow to join the other 16 states that have already filed suit. so it's breaking news. bill: here are the other states involved in the lawsuit. they are in red. by our count, arizona makes 17. those governors and attorneys general are arguing the gond-mandate -- government-mandate the health care is illegal, president obama's overhaul infringes on the liberty of those states and individuals. >>> a quick check of wall street now, mid-week, we're seeing traders giving back some of the gains they had. we flirted with that 11,000, anyway. martha: it loves to do that, doesn't it? it bounces over. bill: you know what they're worried about? they're worried about greece, the headlines out of athens, what impact that has on the rest of europe, and has the trickle effect on the economies like ours. we're watching it now, about eight minutes into trading
to the streets of d.c. for "on the record" with. >> greta: to find out -- with greta van susteren to find out if americans will be willing to donate. >> if you look at the unofficial scorecard, america's debt is at an all-time record breaking $12 trillion and keeps rising and rising and rising. the president and congressional leaders vowed to address the problem and perhaps we will see something in the way of government spending cuts or increased taxes. while you are complaining about it, did you know that you could be doing something about it by donation tosonal dough uncle sam. it is known as gifts to reduce the public debt and you can mail in a check or go online and do it with your credit card and under the provisions of 31 u.s. code 3113 your contribution will be accepted here by the secretary of the treasury as a specific conditional gift for the purpose of reducing the public debt. and americans last year alone gave over $3 million. now, the program is run by a small department known as the department of public debt here inside the treasury. while no one was available to talk to us on
today -- right greta? >> you can probably see the band gearing up behind me. the census bureau is holding an event from 4:00 to 8:00, trying to get the message out. it is census day. 57% of people in virginia have mailed their firms in. 54% in maryland. only 47% in d.c. -- there is still a long way to go. at freedom plaza, there were drumming away and giving away the message today. mail back those 2010 census forms now. >> this is not april fool's day. this is no joke, people. this is census day. >> it is a quick and easy form -- 10 questions, 10 minutes. this will determine how legislative redistricts will be -- legislative districts will be redrawn. >> my family sent it the same day we got it. >> was it hard? >> it was pretty simple. >> do you know where in your house it is? >> on my dresser. i will turn it into day. >> earlier this morning, it was a chilly ball. people could drop off census forms and pick up freebies for doing so. >> you put it aside. pick that form up. it will take you a few minutes. >> for every% increase in the mail back response rate, the bureau saves ta
, greta kreuz, abc 7 news. >>> that is all for abc 7 news at 5:00. at 6:00 -- >> no new taxes. a panel on tax day, people from around the country converged on d.c. coming up, who the t partiers are. a volcanic eruptions and iceland. >>> for a lot of americans, income tax day is the perfect day for a tea party. >> many came to the nation's capital not to see the sights but to protest what they called big government. suzanne kennedy is live on the national mall with more. >> it has been a full day of demonstrations and rallies, brought on
>> greta is coming up next. we will be back here tomorrow night as always that will never stop. see you tomorrow night. >> live and at large, driven biaz as's controversial new law requiring cops to demand proof of citizenship from any one they suspect is here illegally. the issue of immigration is front and center tonight. i am geraldo rivera. the demonstrations continue to escalate as opponents and supporters of the legislation hit the streets the talk show circuit. here are some of the voices being heard on this angry sunday. >> the whole world is watching us the whole nation is watching us. it's time for voices to be heard. >> a state can't go over federal law. they can't go over the constitution. this is>> we will take reasonable steps to ensure racial profiling doesn't occur. racial profiling is a serious charge a serious allegation against any law enforcement. >> when you would tell people they would have to walk down the streets and carry documents in order to prove that they have a right to be in the united states of america that's unconstitutional. that is a violation of o
to see you, thank you. [ inaudible ] [ cheering ] >> greta: it is loud there. i am sitting in your yes in new york city so it is very nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. we have a great show tonight karl rove is going to be joining us to go on the record. griff jenkins is in michigan with the tea party and the bart stupak story. chris rock gives david letterman a hard time that and much more. back to you. >> sean: take good care of the i'm going to be with karl rove in kansas city tomorrow. go to hannity.com. coming up live from the southern republican leadership conference, texas governor perry will be here. plus one of the leading conservative voices in the nation, indiana congressman pence is going to stop by. that and more coming up from new orleans. when you have diabetes like me, you have questions. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food affects my numbe
. he was on greta last night. let's see what he has to say. >> it does clearly state that you have to have reasonable cause to stop someone so what's being portrayed out there is that you can just willie nilly stop someone is not accurate. you have to have reasonable cause. let me put in layman's terms, if i could, we have a seat belt law that if you stop someone for speeding, say, or reckless driving and that person doesn't have a seat belt on, then you can give them a citation. but you can't stop them just for not having the seat belt fastened. see my point? >> so, senator mccain who, by the way, has surged now, according to rasmussen has a 24-point lead in the senate race against j.d.hayworth. he said hey, everybody take a step back, this is not as radical as you think. this is john mccain, he has some experience. that's governor brewer. she's taking drastic action. my feeling is this. what does shakira think? let's go to shakira right now and find out how she feels about the law. shakira? >> i'm in a position to this law because it is a violation of human and civil rights. it
% but fox is still crowing, smith, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave foley, the kids in the hall, 1994. does this remain you of anybody?
is still crowing, smith, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave foley, the kids in the hall, 1994.
to order sussushi. >> brian: that's just wrong. thanks a lot. still ahead, sarah palin tells greta van susteren what it was like to have her e-mail hacked and then face her hacker in court. stunning views courtesy of the sun and nasa. our science guy tell us what the images mean for scientists and we talk about the future of nasa. i saw him the other day in florida. we'll catch up in a moment. stay with us. [ male announcer ] we call it the american renewal. because ge capital understands what businesses need to grow. that's why today ge capital provides critical financing to more than 300,000 growing companies. ♪ absolutely! i have a lot of stuffiness at night. it wakes me up. i have allergies. ♪ you're right. i'm getting more air. -oh, yeah. -oh, wow! [ female announcer ] for two free samples, go to breatheright.com. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food a
in a somewhat fiery exchange, with greta van susteren on the record. >> i think a lot of people were disturbed about the fact on the eve of the e vote, that two senators meet and president obama promised transparency and all of a sudden, senator ben nelson walk out and suddenly says i'm going to vote on this, and, it wasn't your promise on transparency, it was the president's and i got a special deal for my state and all the other states are standing around, saying, what about us. >> do you think it would have been better i let the bill fail? >> that... i mean, i don't -- >> you are speechless. >> speechless, i don't think -- this is the way it appeared to the american people, is that this senator, senator ben nelson, was for sale. that is the way it looked like and it was a sale, the price of all the other american taxpayers are paying for and many people even in nebraska didn't understand, why he got this. >> greta, lete say this. i kw fox loves to be rate anything that is democratic in nature. but, let me say this: ben nelson is an honorable man, i -- really a good senator and represents hi
their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badly. people on main street still are w
of the obama administration. last night on greta's show, governor jan brewer said that janet napolitano knows exactly what's going on in arizona and now she's not paying attention to it. listen to this. >> she obviously is turning a blind eye to arizona. she understands what the situation is. she wrote numerous letters when she was governor to the administration looking for some help and some relief and for her to make the comment that she made that the borders are -- what was it, that the borders are just as secure or more secure than they have ever been. they've never been secure. >> so napolitano knows what's going on but brewer is the one taking action. what's the story behind this? >> yeah, well, brian, it's worse than turning a blind eye. in fact, what janet napolitano, eric holder, both dsh and doj under the obama administration are doing is actively meddling to prevent arizona from enforcing its law. it's not just jan brewer and this particular law have been targets. certainly, the sheriff in maricopa county have been the subject of a witch hunt essentially by obama law enforcement
and coming to a country or countrywide near you? >> that's funny. >> anyway, last night on the greta van sustren show, karl rove was on and he's been looking at the 1400 pages in this bill. in washington they don't read the bills. karl did. >> we have to pass them first. >> there's scary stuff in there that would worry all of you if it does pass. watch this. >> you may not know about this. it creates a new office and gives it a half a billion dollars a year and a huge startup for computer systems in order to monitor every financial transaction in the united states. and to use that data to arrive at policy recommendations about sensible regulation. so they're literally going to have the capacity to go through everybody's brokerage account and everybody's checking account and everybody's credit card and everybody's financial transactions and collect -- sweep that information and then analyze it. >> another major point of concern is this angel investor clause. angel investors essentially allow things like yahoo, amazon, google and facebook come from very little collateral, startups, able t
that list as we go to sebastian, florida. on the democratic line, go ahead. >> caller: thank you, greta. kenneth, i looked at the massachusetts race. and you just said $400,000 for the tea parties. the chamber of commerce -- >> i'm so sorry about that, caller. i pushed the wrong button. please call again. we'll try to get you on air. my apologies. robert on the independent line. go ahead. >> caller: good morning, mr. vogel and greta. >> yes. >> caller: what i have to say is a comment. i hate distortions. i hate lies. and i hate fraud. we've seen a lot of this from the republican party. their follow-up on fox news and everybody keep carrying this. so tell me, is it against the law for fox news and their contributors to be raising money for the republican party? that's all i have to say. >> guest: it's actually not. this is an interesting sort of line of inquiry that we've seen in recent days. pushed by some on the left including media matters. sort of a left-leaning media watchdog that has raised legitimate -- has raised concerns using legitimate numbers about fundraising political actio
and the banks have started to repay their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badl
with greta van susteren last night and talked about why she is taking this to end. >> i'm living the life experience right now and i think it's still a huge number of girls getting pregnant each year and i think more people need to talk about it and it should be more of a national discussion. >> steve: she's helping make it just that. public service announcement will air through high schools through the next month. >> gretchen: check out this video, the driver of the car you see right here, under that utility pole. the driver still in the car with that pole and the driver is alive. he walks away without a scratch. the roof of his car peeled back as the pole crashes through his passenger side windshield. he had no idea what was going on, as you can imagine if that happened to you. >> steve: what was that noise? >> brian: let's talk about tiger woods because you know he'll be playing today, tee off in a foursome and we'll see what happens on saturday. something else is coming to a television near you. that is a nike ad where tiger basically gets words from his dad from the grave about what
win as an independent in a 3-way race." florida, go ahead. caller: greta, i watch you all the time. i have two statements. host: make it quick, mary. caller: yes, i will. regarding meeks, everyone keeps forgetting about meeks. one lady said yesterday that democrats need to vote for meeks. i'm going to be there. i'm going to vote for meeks. but see how republicans push everyone out, getting this rubio guy in there, the tea party. you're fooling yourself if you think rubio will win, but that's another story. guest: as far as meek goes, he's a fromi -- formidable candidate, a state trooper, an african american who can rally votes back there. and you have a race between meeks, rubio, and crist, it would seem to look good for meeks, because you would have crist and rubio duking it out for conservative votes. host: winston-salem, north carolina. larry, independent line. good morning. caller: one quick comment. a lot of people in this nation have forgotten we're a republic, not a two-party system or otherwise. this is the first time i've done this in my life, i hate what is happening to our
: greta, i watch you all the time. i have two statements. host: make it quick, mary. caller: yes, i will. regarding meeks, everyone keeps forgetting about meeks. one lady said yesterday that democrats need to vote for meeks. i'm going to be there. i'm going to vote for meeks. but see how republicans push everyone out, getting this rubio guy in there, the tea party. you're fooling yourself if you think rubio will win, but that's another story. guest: as far as meek goes, he's a fromi -- formidable candidate, a state trooper, an african american who can rally votes back there. and you have a race between meeks, rubio, and crist, it would seem to look good for meeks, because you would have crist and rubio duking it out for conservative votes. host: winston-salem, north carolina. larry, independent line. good morning. caller: one quick comment. a lot of people in this nation have forgotten we're a republic, not a two-party system or otherwise. this is the first time i've done this in my life, i hate what is happening to our nation. it's being torn asunder. i am sick of it. these people who g
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